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How to Change Your Menopause

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: What has changed regarding recommendations for hormone therapy after menopause?
Air Date: 1/18/16
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Wulf H. Utian, MD, PhD
Wulf H UtianWulf H. Utian MD, PhD, DSc, FRCOG, FACOG, FICS, is a physician reproductive endocrinologist, and world-renowned researcher, author, and lecturer on menopause and infertility.

An early pioneer of in vitro fertilization, he started the world's first menopause research center. Among numerous international awards, he was honored by Good Housekeeping as "one of America's best physicians in women's health," by Ladies Home Journal as one of the "top ten researchers in women's health," by the FDA with an FDA Citation "for the collective outstanding performance of the 'Menopause and Hormones Information Campaign'," and most recently in Canada with the first SIGMA/Canadian Menopause Society "Menopause Trail Blazer Award."

He is Professor Emeritus of Reproductive Biology, Case Western Reserve University, Consultant in Women's Health at the Cleveland Clinic, and Chairman of the Advisory Board of Rapid Medical Research. Previously, he was Director of OB/GYN at University Hospitals of Cleveland. He founded the International Menopause Society, and the North American Menopause Society.

In 2015 he returned to NAMS as Interim Executive Director to assist in the reorganization of the Society, and transition of leadership. He was Medical Editor of Maturitas, Founding Editor of Menopause (1994-2010), and Editor of Menopause Management. He has written over 230 scientific papers related to women's health, and has authored several books, the most recent including CHANGE YOUR MENOPAUSE – Why one size does not fit all, his successful self-help book THE UTIAN STRATEGY - Is this your problem or is this my problem?, and FINDING THE UNEXPECTED – Tracing Utian Family Roots in Lithuania."
  • Book Title: Change Your Menopause: Why One Size Does Not Fit All
How to Change Your Menopause
Menopause occurs when your ovaries significantly decrease their estrogen production, the hormone that controls the reproductive cycle.

There are many symptoms of menopause that can affect women in different ways.

For example, some women may experience hot flashes, mood swings, depression and anxiety, weight gain, and sleep problems; while other women may experience thinning hair, vaginal dryness, and loss of breast fullness.

With so many differing symptoms, it can be frustrating to find the right treatment or the right doctor who will actually listen to you and your symptoms.

How can you change your menopause?

Listen in as Wulf H. Utian MD, PhD, shares how you can address your symptoms in the most effective way possible.
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